Now that the international break has come to an end, Premier League clubs can wake from their slumber and gear up for action this weekend.
Arsenal will take on Stoke City at the Emirates on Easter Sunday, and they will be looking to continue their positive form.
After a dismal few weeks of losing three back-to-back league matches and being comfortably beaten in the Carabao Cup final by Manchester City, the Gunners were on a major slump.
Ousting AC Milan from the Europa League in the last-16 stage and a 3-0 triumph over Watford has brought some positivity back to the club, with some fans backing inconsistent Granit Xhaka to come good.
As it stands, it is unlikely that Arsenal will qualify for the Champions League via their domestic campaign as they sit 13 points adrift of the top four.
If they fail to do so, then their only hope of being in next season’s elite competition is by winning the Europa League.
Ahead of this weekend’s match, the club’s social media team posted an image of the Emirates, labelling it ‘home’, and that did not go down well with plenty of fans.
Many still regard their old stadium Highbury as home.
Wrong, wrong, wrong!
That’s our home. ?? pic.twitter.com/vBzgh2dLLZ
— Red Ken (@4everagooner) March 30, 2018
this home gives more tension than pleasure
— ASG (@ahadfooty) March 30, 2018
This is not home until #WengerOut
— Chinemeze Joshua (@ChinemezeJoshua) March 30, 2018
I would have paid double on my season ticket if it meant we could have stayed at Highbury
— Block Six Gooner (@blocksixgooner) March 30, 2018
— Mèmžï ℹ (@Durchiga) March 30, 2018
That's not Highbury!!!
— DerJones (@AFCCymru) March 30, 2018
U turned it into a place where hopes doesn't exist
— Bawest (@Maurice_Bawest) March 30, 2018
— BRICKTOP (@bricktoppi) March 30, 2018